Valley of the Possible | Curacautin/CL | 26.4. – 29.4.2019
During my three month research trip throw south America together with Laurien Bachmann, we could stay a week at the Valley of the Possible residency and join the program.
Valley of the Possible offers artists, scientists and other creative thinkers and makers a place to find (re)connection with nature, time for research and space for artistic development. We foster renewed perspectives on the relationship with our planet. Additionally we offer a platform to investigate an artist- and community-led model for nature conservation.
Stay from 26.4. – 1.5.2019
Residence at Agder Kunstsenter | Kristiansand/NO | 02. – 26.08.2018
I’m happy to announce my residency in Norway:
Welcome to the Artist in residence program in the Municipality of Kristiansand!
The City of Kristiansand offers a residency to professional artists, preferably to fine artists and artisans, who wish to live and work in Kristiansand for a period of time. The aim is to strengthen, promote and develop collaboration and networking between contemporary visual artists in Kristiansand and other national and foreign artists, and to broaden the cultural scene in Kristiansand. Both norwegian and international artists are welcome to apply. The Residency is situated next door to Agder Kunstsenter, in Skippergata 22. Agder Art Centre administrates the residency.
Domus Artium – Guest Atelier Upper Austria | Paliano/IT | 01. – 31.05.2018
Guest Studio in Paliano at Rome
Since 1999, scholarship holders from Vorarlberg, Tyrol, Upper Austria, Lower Austria and Burgenland have had the opportunity to travel to Paliano to realize projects there.
Three months a year it is available to Upper Austrian artists. The artist’s house is located about 60 km south-east of Rome (between the Albanerbergen and the town Anagni).
Already in the 19th century, the landscape in the Ciociaria was the scene of the Tyrolean landscape painter Josef Anton Koch, who had settled in the neighboring Olevano Romano, to capture the landscape of Latium in their special light and the distinctive colours.
The country house – an old, adapted building structure – is divided into two residential units, comprises two floors with several work and recreation rooms and two bedrooms, a communal kitchen and two bathrooms. The rooms are typical simple, but functionally furnished and furnished, an Internet connection is available. Up to two artists per housing unit are sent per month. The studio house is only available to the scholarship holders.
Work In Common | Primary, Nottingham/UK | 6. – 10.11.2017
Angeli Bhose, Faxen, George Chinnery, Hyeji Woo, Juergen Kleft, Marwa Benhalim, Nicolas Vamvouklis, Sam Baker, Tom Verity, Vangjush Vellahu, Wingshan Smith.
The verb ‘to collaborate’ comes from the Latin collaboratus – to labour together, or to Work in Common. This short residency is aimed at artists with an interest in how we choose to work with others and across disciplines to produce art; and will encourage participants to discuss and experiment with different ways of working, to ask what it is to collaborate, and to test out new ideas together.
Work in Common, Public Event
Thursday 9 November, 8pm
Join the artists involved in the residency for a sharing of their work and dialogue around collaboration.
This micro residency programme has been organised in collaboration with UK Young Artists with support from BJCEM, Biennale des jeunes créateurs de l’Europe et de la Méditerranée.